These are some of the Linux command line commands I use, often on a daily basis, in my adventures as a sysadmin.
Category: CentOS 6
This post covers a few of the hostname-related issues I used to have when launching new CentOS instances.
Swapping is the process of moving data from a system’s memory (RAM) to a preconfigured space on the hard drive, known as the swap space. Enabling swap, in many cases, is an easy and cheap way to squeeze a little more from a server. The most beneficial feature of swap is that it allows your … Continued
This brief tutorial will demonstrate how to share files between Linux machines by creating an NFS share on CentOS 6. It also covers how to access the share from another CentOS 6 or Ubuntu/Debian machine.